Monday, September 16th:
Write the definition of consecutive in your warm up books:
Consecutive: following continuously.
Consecutive Integers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5...
1. Write the next 4 even consecutive integers starting with 2.
2. Write the next 5 odd consecutive integers starting with 7.
Write the definition of consecutive in your warm up books:
Consecutive: following continuously.
Consecutive Integers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5...
1. Write the next 4 even consecutive integers starting with 2.
2. Write the next 5 odd consecutive integers starting with 7.
Tuesday, September 17th:
Complete the addition exercises below in one minute or less. Write your solutions in your Bell Ringer Book (do not write the original questions). Record the number that you got correct out of 25 and how long it took you to complete the addition exercises. 

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Wednesday, September 18th:
Respond to the writing prompt with 35 complete sentences.
When I see a word problem I...
Respond to the writing prompt with 35 complete sentences.
When I see a word problem I...
Thursday, September 19th:
Explain why it is important or helpful to do the following things when you are solving word problems:
1. define a variable
2. draw a picture
3. write a problem statement
4. write your answer in a complete sentence
5. check that your answer is reasonable
Explain why it is important or helpful to do the following things when you are solving word problems:
1. define a variable
2. draw a picture
3. write a problem statement
4. write your answer in a complete sentence
5. check that your answer is reasonable
Friday, September 20th: Take your best educated guess to answer the following questions without going over. If you have the closest answer perhaps you will be rewarded!
1. USA Today has the highest circulation of any U.S. newspaper. On average, how many copies are sold per day?
2. How many horses have won racing's Triple Crown?
3. How many times could the land area of Japan fit into the land area of the U.S.?
1. USA Today has the highest circulation of any U.S. newspaper. On average, how many copies are sold per day?
2. How many horses have won racing's Triple Crown?
3. How many times could the land area of Japan fit into the land area of the U.S.?